barnettr


Could someone please tell me what this is and why it has reared it's ugly head on the map when calling

map.GetRoute(start, end, null, null, onGotRoute);




Re: class=VE_PlaceList_Title

Derek Chan


I'm trying to replicate by using the route generated on the interactive sdk, can you possibly be a bit more specific where the class is located inside your debugger (is it hidden in a div tag how deep in the tree )   Its a bit difficult for me to hunt it down.





Re: class=VE_PlaceList_Title

barnettr

Thanks for responding. When the VE divs start it is the fourth div: <DIV class=VE_PlaceList id=myMap_veplacelistpanel> the child of that DIV is <A class=VE_PlaceList_Title>

The odd thing about this behavior is that on another aspx page that uses "Driving Directions", we use the same javascript and make the same method call (all in the SDK) and the behavior of the map and the resulted directions is perfect. With this new page and the identical javascript using the same methods we get a "pop-up" that must be submitted (clicked on) by the user after which the directions continue rendering. We are going to ship it with only the directions on the one page if necessary but would rather have the MSN WiFi Hotspot Locator look and behave the way we would expect it to. We have 2 days left to resolve this issue before code test is finished and the enlistment is locked for shipping.

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Re: class=VE_PlaceList_Title

SoulSolutions

This is a very confusing thread. So are you saying that you get the ugly yellow box appearing when you do a route and you want it to go away

Have a look at this article where i use a custom disambiguation box and drop the message div with a simple css overrride.

http://viavirtualearth.com/vve/Articles/MyGeoLand.ashx

John






Re: class=VE_PlaceList_Title

barnettr

Sorry about the confusion in the thread. Your post was helpful. What I ended up doing was locating the DIV id and then setting that div element to display:none. There is another child DIV element inside that DIV which holds an A element which is loaded with an onclick event that holds the coordinates that need to be fired to complete the driving directions. What I want to do is fire the onclick event automatically without the user having to click on the link. That should take care of the problem.

 

Thanks